Peter W.

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Mountain Dulcimer meets Kantele


musician/member name: Music
Duration: 00:07:12
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Am Rande der "Folksounds Elmstein" im August 2015 hatten Martin und ich mal wieder Gelegenheit, zusammen zu musizieren. Im schönen Pfälzer Wald haben wir hier nach dem Motto "USA meets Finland" ein paar Stücke in der Kombination Mountain Dulcimer und Kantele aufgenommen. Auch wenn wir etwas ernst drein schauen: wir hatten viel Spaß und waren völlig entspannt. :)
Die fünf Titel sind: Pajalaulu (finnisches Volkslied), Wildwood Flower, The Leaving of Liverpool, O Susanna, Camptown Races.

(Hinweis für alle Abonnenten: Das ist der zweite Versuch, das Video hochzuladen. Beim ersten Mal hatte Moviemaker zwei Minuten lang aus dem Video ein Standbild gemacht...)
Peter W.
08/27/15 04:25:46PM @peter-w:

Thank you all for your interest and your comments! :)

I have not been around here during the last month and not commenting a lot myself. Anyway - I like the new FOTMD design. Thanks to everybody who puts efforts into this board. thumbsup


Helen Seiler
08/26/15 06:24:53AM @helen-seiler:

So wonderful guys... thanks for showing us a great pairing... the instruments are nice too.


Joy W.
08/24/15 10:17:45PM @joy-w:

Very nice!


Lexie R Oakley
08/24/15 11:25:25AM @lexie-r-oakley:

Thanks Martin and Peter, glad you had fun in the woods I enjoyed your playing and the two instruments do sound great together.


David Pedersen
08/23/15 11:04:17PM @david-pedersen:

Very much enjoyed, thanks guys.


John Keane
08/23/15 07:30:27PM @john-keane:

Great sounds!


Peter W.
08/23/15 06:23:54PM @peter-w:

At a Folk gathering in the South West of Germany, Martin (Mountain Dulcimer) and I (10 string kantele) recorded a few songs in the loneliness of the Palatinate forest. An unusual combination of instruments - but as both are diatonic instruments in D, the go well together!
We seem to have stern-looking faces - but in fact we had a lot of fun.